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Suggest treatment for skin pigmentation

hi I m from Afghanistan since many years I m using elocon cream for pigmentation starting days it worked properly but now it doesn t work properly I m suffering from pigmentation for aling time I used many many cosmetics skin treatment like peeling but just works for few months I consult to doctor he mention me to use eukroma cream so doctor I would like to know which one is best for pigmentation eukroma or elocon?
Mon, 27 Apr 2020
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Hi Dear,

Understanding your concern. As per your query you have hyper-pigmentation of skin which could be overexposure to UV radiation of sun and natural tendency of body to get hyperpigmented.

Need not to worry. I would suggest you to maintain personal hygiene and apply cream containing kojic acid. Both creams are good, depending upon which suits your skin type. If condition doesn't get better then consult dermatologist for proper examination. Doctor may prescribe corticosteroid ointment along with chemical treatment.

Hope your concern has been resolved.

Best Wishes,
Dr. Harry Maheshwari
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Suggest treatment for skin pigmentation

Hi Dear, Understanding your concern. As per your query you have hyper-pigmentation of skin which could be overexposure to UV radiation of sun and natural tendency of body to get hyperpigmented. Need not to worry. I would suggest you to maintain personal hygiene and apply cream containing kojic acid. Both creams are good, depending upon which suits your skin type. If condition doesn t get better then consult dermatologist for proper examination. Doctor may prescribe corticosteroid ointment along with chemical treatment. Hope your concern has been resolved. Best Wishes, Dr. Harry Maheshwari